Amidst the custodial interrogation and the courtroom drama following Christian Michel's extradition to India, Vijay Mallya has tweeted again, telling the authorities that he is willing to pay the money owed to the banks.
He also said that his recent tweets pleading the authorities to 'take the money' he owes were not related to Christian Michel's extradition to India.
Mallya had begun a series of tweets on Wednesday after Michel brought to New Delhi from Dubai.
Christian Michel was produced before Special CBI judge Arvind Kumar on Wednesday. As per sources, Michel was questioned about the trips he made to India and details of the meeting that took place with the Indian counterparts. Once he is remanded to CBI custody, he will be confronted with documentary evidence and other accused in the case.
CBI sought has been five days custody of Christian Michel. It said that the Augusta money was transferred in two accounts based in Dubai amounting to 37 million euros (Rs 300 crores) and it needed to know where and to who the money had gone to in India.